Mac Reynolds manages producers and artists including Grammy-awarded rock band Imagine Dragons as a partner in Reynolds Management and practices entertainment law at Reynolds & Associates in Las Vegas. He also serves as Vice Chairman for the Tyler Robinson Foundation, a nonprofit providing support for childhood cancer families. In 2016, he co-founded Night Street Records, an Interscope joint venture whose first artist K.Flay was nominated for two Grammy Awards in 2018 including Best Rock Song.
Reynolds, a third generation Las Vegan, received his Juris Doctorate at U.C.L.A. School of Law, where he was a member of the Entertainment Law Review and recipient of both the Paul Miller Copyright and DeGarmo Scholarships. In 2007, his essay on the state of the music industry (and a blueprint for making it profitable again) won grand prize in the Grammy Foundation’s Entertainment Law Initiative. Mr. Reynolds is a published author in multiple law reviews and journals.
Before returning to Vegas in 2011 to pursue artist management and join the family law firm, Reynolds was a litigation associate in the Los Angeles office of Proskauer Rose, where he worked for clients ranging from multi-billion dollar corporations to entertainment conglomerates and artists such as Ticketmaster, U2 and Smashing Pumpkins
Reynolds currently resides in Las Vegas with his wife Julie and their five children.